Events

A baked apple tart

Come join your neighbors at the outdoor wood-fired oven at the Old Stone House.

You can bring any dish or recipe — from bread to chicken, from cookies to pie.

You don’t have to share what you bake, but you will find many willing taste-testers! Kids are welcome and generally have a great time. Non-bakers are also welcome to come hang out and volunteer for taste-testing duty!

Firing the oven will start around 9am, and we’ll bake from noon-ish until 4pm. Drop by any time! Keep in mind, when it gets busy there may be a wait of an hour or so until a spot opens up in the oven.

We’ll be standing around outside the entire time, so be sure to dress with that in mind. The weather can be unpredictable. We will bake even if it is cold or raining, as long as it is calm out. However, if it is windy we may cancel.

Click here to visit the Meetup page and sign up.

A baked apple tart

Come join your neighbors at the outdoor wood-fired oven at the Old Stone House.

You can bring any dish or recipe — from bread to chicken, from cookies to pie.

You don’t have to share what you bake, but you will find many willing taste-testers! Kids are welcome and generally have a great time. Non-bakers are also welcome to come hang out and volunteer for taste-testing duty!

Firing the oven will start around 9am, and we’ll bake from noon-ish until 4pm. Drop by any time! Keep in mind, when it gets busy there may be a wait of an hour or so until a spot opens up in the oven.

We’ll be standing around outside the entire time, so be sure to dress with that in mind. The weather can be unpredictable. We will bake even if it is cold or raining, as long as it is calm out. However, if it is windy we may cancel.

Click here to visit the Meetup page and sign up.

A baked apple tart

Come join your neighbors at the outdoor wood-fired oven at the Old Stone House.

You can bring any dish or recipe — from bread to chicken, from cookies to pie.

You don’t have to share what you bake, but you will find many willing taste-testers! Kids are welcome and generally have a great time. Non-bakers are also welcome to come hang out and volunteer for taste-testing duty!

Firing the oven will start around 9am, and we’ll bake from noon-ish until 4pm. Drop by any time! Keep in mind, when it gets busy there may be a wait of an hour or so until a spot opens up in the oven.

We’ll be standing around outside the entire time, so be sure to dress with that in mind. The weather can be unpredictable. We will bake even if it is cold or raining, as long as it is calm out. However, if it is windy we may cancel.

Click here to visit the Meetup page and sign up.

A baked apple tart

Come join your neighbors at the outdoor wood-fired oven at the Old Stone House.

You can bring any dish or recipe — from bread to chicken, from cookies to pie.

You don’t have to share what you bake, but you will find many willing taste-testers! Kids are welcome and generally have a great time. Non-bakers are also welcome to come hang out and volunteer for taste-testing duty!

Firing the oven will start around 9am, and we’ll bake from noon-ish until 4pm. Drop by any time! Keep in mind, when it gets busy there may be a wait of an hour or so until a spot opens up in the oven.

We’ll be standing around outside the entire time, so be sure to dress with that in mind. The weather can be unpredictable. We will bake even if it is cold or raining, as long as it is calm out. However, if it is windy we may cancel.

Click here to visit the Meetup page and sign up.

Musician Dandy Wellington posting in front of the NYC skyline

Dandy Wellington visits OSH for a free outdoor concert produced by the Saghir Lewis team at Halstead Real Estate.

is a bandleader, entertainer, event producer, and creative consultant, born-and-raised in Harlem, New York. Influenced by the style and skill of classic entertainers of the past but with his feet planted in the present, it’s no surprise that this Tisch grad has made a name for himself across the globe. From producing stylish events all over New York to performances in St. Petersburg, London, and Sydney, Dandy solidifies himself as not only an impeccably dressed man-about-town, but a bonafide man-of-the-world.

Mr. Wellington epitomizes the undeniable cool of the Jazz Age, while also bringing a progressive perspective befitting of the ever-changing landscape of our modern lifestyle. His appreciation for the swinging big bands, elegant parties, and beautifully tailored clothing of the 1920’s/30’s, paired with his contemporary edge, make him a certifiable renaissance man and a true modern dandy.

A baked apple tart

Come join your neighbors at the outdoor wood-fired oven at the Old Stone House.

You can bring any dish or recipe — from bread to chicken, from cookies to pie.

You don’t have to share what you bake, but you will find many willing taste-testers! Kids are welcome and generally have a great time. Non-bakers are also welcome to come hang out and volunteer for taste-testing duty!

Firing the oven will start around 9am, and we’ll bake from noon-ish until 4pm. Drop by any time! Keep in mind, when it gets busy there may be a wait of an hour or so until a spot opens up in the oven.

We’ll be standing around outside the entire time, so be sure to dress with that in mind. The weather can be unpredictable. We will bake even if it is cold or raining, as long as it is calm out. However, if it is windy we may cancel.

Click here to visit the Meetup page and sign up.

Sweet Meg & The Wayfarers in performance

Sweet Megg & The Wayfarers visit OSH for a free outdoor concert with their mix of jazz, blues, and western swing.

“When jazz was born it was exciting and made us laugh and cry. Jazz should be the most relatable of music because it is pure human improvisation being broadcasted in real time. Our goal with this group is to not recreate the past but to explore it and mix it with the future. I want to use our original music to create that theme.” – Sweet Megg

Sponsored by the Saghir Lewis team at Halstead Real Estate.

A black and white image of a woman's torso and arms. The text reads The Lincoln Dress a ghost story by John P. McEneny

Piper Theatre returns to OSH with a ghostly original tale. “The Lincoln Dress” follows four thieves on a mission in 1931 to steal a blood stained dress that was sealed away behind a brick wall in 1865.

Inspired by the mysterious disappearance of the cursed dress worn by Clara Harris in the Presidential Box at Ford’s Theatre on the fateful night of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination.

Piper is proud to present this intimate show featuring the talents of long time company members Vasile Flutur (Theater: TFANA Tamburlaine, Attic’s Jericho, Film: The Blacklist, Varlet), Aaron Novak (Theater: Hamlet, Nocturnes, We Should Have Seen the Lights, Wendy Darling and Peter), Annie Montgomery (Theater: Walking Towards America, Splitfoot, Director of Education for Lifetime Arts, Playwright: The Red Dress), and Bettina Goolsby (Film: Darkness). Lighting Design by Nicholas Calafiore. Scenic Design by Jimmy Bruch. Photography by Jeremy Amar. Written and Directed by Artistic Director John P. McEneny.

Purchase tickets here.
Please note that the performance venue is not wheelchair accessible.